"[...] "You go with me?"
"I shall not leave you to-night."
"Well, drive to the Luxembourg."


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The Regent's Daughter

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"[...] "You go with me?"
"I shall not leave you to-night."
"Well, drive to the Luxembourg."


Read More Show Less

Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781442946101
  • Publisher: ReadHowYouWant
  • Publication date: 7/16/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 451 KB

Table of Contents

I. An Abbess of the Eighteenth Century 3
II. Decidedly the Family begins to settle down 14
III. What passed Three Nights later at Eight Hundred Leagues from the Palais Royal 21
IV. Showing how Chance arranges some Matters better than Providence 32
V. The Journey 37
VI. A Room in the Hotel at Rambouillet 47
VII. A Servant in the Royal Livery.--Monseigneur le Duc d'Orleans 52
VIII. The Utility of a Seal 62
IX. The Visit 70
X. In which Dubois proves that his Police was better organized at an Expense of 300,000 Francs than the General Police for Three Millions 79
XI. Rambouillet Again 86
XII. Captain la Jonquiere 93
XIII. Monsieur Moutonnet, Draper at St. Germain-en-Laye 99
XIV. Trust to Signs of Gratitude 105
XV. His Excellency the Duc d'Orleans 115
XVI. Monseigneur, we are Bretons 122
XVII. Monseigneur Andre 126
XVIII. The Faubourg Saint Antoine 135
XIX. The Artist and the Politician 140
XX. Blood reveals itself 148
XXI. What passed in the Rue du Bac while waiting for Gaston 158
XXII. In Bretagne 194
XXIII. The Sorceress of Savernay 201
XXIV. The Arrest 212
XXV. The Bastille 221
XXVI. How Life passed in the Bastille while waiting for Death 231
XXVII. How the Night passed in the Bastille while waiting for the Day 239
XXVIII. A Companion in the Bastille 249
XXIX. The Sentence 262
XXX. The Family Feud 272
XXXI. State Affairs and Family Affairs 290
XXXII. Showing that we must not always judge Others by Ourselves, above all if we are called Dubois 305
XXXIII. Monceaux 315
XXXIV. The Pardon 323
XXXV. The Last Interview 331
XXXVI. Nantes 336
XXXVII. The Tragedy of Nantes 348
XXXVIII. The End 358
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